Three siblings leave their dysfunctional home in each of something better.
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Rating & Content Info
Why is Exodus Fall rated Not Rated? Exodus Fall is rated Not Rated by the MPAA
Violence: Adults, including a married couple, argue. On several occasions a woman strikes her husband and her children (sometimes her victims grab her hands to restrain her). A mentally challenged boy is teased, bullied, locked in a closet and has personal possessions destroyed. (When upset, he sometimes hits himself.) Teens help another escape from a mental institution. The death of a soldier, and the sorrow of his friends and family, is discussed. An automobile accident results in injuries.
Sexual Content: References are made to dates that include sexual relations. Sexual sounds are overheard. An unmarried man and woman (seen with bare shoulders) are in bed together. A boy strips down to his underwear and pretends to be drunk. A menstruating girl cleans her underwear in a sink (some blood shown).
Language: Some mild and moderate profanities are heard. Terms of Christian deity are used as expletives.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A mother constantly smokes and drinks. A driver is shown drinking alcohol.
Other: Teen characters steal. A girl squats behind a bush to urinate. A pet dies. A teen drives without a license.
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Cast and Crew
Exodus Fall is directed by Ankush Kohli, Chad Waterhouse and stars Jesse James, Rosanna Arquette, Adrien Finkel, Rosanna Arquette.
The most recent home video release of Exodus Fall movie is April 8, 2011. Here are some details…
No home video date has been announced for Exodus Fall.